Melo Group’s Aria Reserve in Edgewater was granted a key approval this week, and sales of condo units are said to be strong.
Miami’s Urban Development Review Board voted unanimously on Wednesday to recommended approval of the project to Miami’s Planning Department.
Sales of condos at the 391-unit South Tower began just over a month ago.
A spokesperson for developer Melo Group said that over 20% of units are already reserved, about 30 days after sales launched.
The South Tower is scheduled to launch construction in early 2022.
Aria Reserve will feature two towers, said to be the tallest waterfront residential twin tower project in the U.S.
The 60-story towers will top off at 637 feet above ground, or 649 feet above sea level.
In total, there will be 782 residential units and 1,608 parking spaces in the complex, according to the UDRB presentation.